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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER. 1, 1880.
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WIXFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK,
"WILLIAM H. ENGLISH,
Democratic State Ticket.
of Cook County.
LEWIS B. PARSONS.
of Clay County.
For Secretaay of State.
JOHN H. OBERLY,
of Alexander County
LOUIS C. STARKEL,
, ef St. Clair County.
of Winnebago County.
For Congress, lhth district,
of Randolph County.
For Senator of the 50th district,
WM. A LEMMA,
of Jackson county.
D. T. LIN'EGAR.
of Alexander county.
H. R. BUCKINGHAM,
of Union county.
"Thi right of Trial by Jury, the Habeas Corpu,
. h. T ivw.rtv nf the r-renH. the Freedom of Speech,
the National Right of Person and the Right of
Property must bo preserved.- txiraci iroro uv,
Hancock' letter upon taking charge of the Lout
COUNTY ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my
elf a a candidate at the ensuing November
election, lor the office of County Attormy for the
. nil,,, .la AMilHCkhK.
cvuuit wi aicjiiuuiii, . - - -
CIRCUIT CLERK. -Wfi arc authorized to an
nounce that ALKX. H. IHV1N will be acandl
slate at the ensuing November electli.1l lor the
office of circuit clerk in Alexander county.
FOR SHERIFF We rc authorized to annonnce
thatMr. JOHN HODGES will he a randldato
for re-election to the ofllce of Shenlf, of Alexandra
county, at the next November election, subject
nly to the vote of the people at the poll.
FOHCOKONKR Wcare authorized to announce
that Richard Fitzgerald is a candidate for re
election the olllce of Alexander county.
Gbxeral W, T. Biiemian.
'Writedown the very bent things yon can think
or sav of Gen. Hancock a an otllcrr and a geutle
man and I will sign it."
Genkkal U.S. GltAXT.
"I have nothing to say against Gen. Hancock. 1
have known hiru for fony years. Hi peroLal,of
Ccial aud military record is guod.".
Jane A. OAHHti.n.
The man who attempt to get up a political ex
citement in thin conntry on the old sectional isscei
, wiM And himself without party aud without cup
port.'' HnN. RriKKUT lin t
"Gentlemen: The principle of the Democratic
? tarty are at far ahovo the principles nf tliu Kepub
Iras party a the battlements of high heaven no
above th mudsill of hell,"
' r Colonel John Hat. ,
-"The Republican hand In tbi campaign that at
toenpt to derlle the private character or Gun Han
cock would only defile themselves, tin was a so).
Her, a patriot aud man of unsullied character, and
sit private record i tmimeilable."
on. Cahi. Hmt'im.
'I ahall certainly not attempt to depredlcalc tho
character ofUen. Hancock, and tho great serv eea
which he ha rendered to the country. He s a
geniliiman of Irreproachable elmractor, which I shall
be sorry to see any ofloi t mado to discredit. As a
soldier, he ha shown signal bravery and skill ill
handling troops uniler dilllcult circmnstances, and
hi name I identified with some nf tho most plen
did achievements of the wnr. For all till every
good citizen will honor him."
Gkn. Wikfieli) Scott Hanokk.
"A full vote; a free ballot; and a fair count."
'Public oftlcos is a trust, not a bounty bestow.-d
npon llie holder. No incompetent or dishonest per
son should ever bo entrusted with it."' ,
"If railed to the Presidency I should deem it my
duty to rt sist with all mv power any attempt to im
pair or evade tbo full force aud effect ol the con-
SUl'UIUU, Wllltll lit vvy-ij .iu, ii, rv,. ..-
uieiit, is the supreme law of the land.'
"The right or trial bv Jurv, the habeas corpus,
the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the
Hint the riehteol nronertv
uniuuil n"'r I 1 " . .
must be preserved."
HUN. It. '. TOWSKNU WIM. SPEAK AT
Golconda. Friday October Ti.
New Unmade, Wednesday October .
Stone Kirt. Thursday October 7.
Cairo, Wedm -diy October 11.
HllN. SAMl Kt. 8 MARSHALL WILL Sf EAk AT
GoUonda, Sutuiday October 9,
Sli'tropulis, Monday octnher 11.
Cairo, Wer.nesday October M.
Murvh'-slHiro, Thursday Octobi rll.
Marfoii.Stttunluy October l'i.
I1ES. WILLIAM B. ASDtBOV WIIJ. ITAK AT
Golronda. Satnrday October !'
Metiopolls. Monilav October Jl .
Vienna. Friday October li
Cairo. Wednesday October 13.
Miirphvrtoro. Thursday October 1 1.
Marion, Satutday Octobur 10.
IION.r. M. VOlM.Bi.OOB WILLsrEAK AT
Vienna. Tnedny Octo-.-r 12.
Cairo. Wednesday October 13,
Anna. Thursday October 14
luO,uoiu. Fri'liy Ottobcr li.
PlnKnerviiie, a'.ordaT .ic:oVr .
IMS. JOHN tl OEERLT TLL rTEAK AT
Shaneesown, Saturday OttoV r 3,
ooiconda. M"tdy Utcer 3.
Metropolis. Tscsday octoixr !y
Jone!.ro. Thurrtay OrloVr i'.
Spana. Kridav ocobt r
Marion. Thurdy octbtr
M'jrphTshoro. Kndsy Ocvter i.
Duvjuo'iL, taturdiy ccto!r
Cairo. MoEdtr NovenNr 1 .
P,T or Oer of COLfTt tf ;OLil CVsjr.tif.
R.f"BiiASu, W il Gnus.
hecreury. ' ta:naka.
' Tie -t:.ipfrf oi:b D-fxlct ire rQirttta to
copy tbt iIac.
Hoc W W Birr wCI sptak at A:to, Fridsy. C-cta-rnr
1, at ; p ie; Atia, saturcay, Oct A at 7 p m.
Hon F E AJ'rirbtwUl speak at Bir MJl. Mul
'!av,Oct, at 7 v m: Preston's xhool Hcmt,
Tuesday, Jct t, at 7 p m: Williard's Unditg,
Wednesday, ct 'i, at 7 p m: I'.eTLoid school
House, Tn'irrday, ixt 7. at 7 p m; OoLfoia, Satur
day, xt l. at 11 a m.
Hon Jesse Ware will speak at Mill Creek, Thurs
day, Sept , at T p m: ,regory School House,
Friday, Octl, at 7 p m; Karraker School House,
Saturday, Oct i, at 7 p m; Meifeah4nier School
M onday, Oct 4, at 7 p m. t.
Hon D T linegar will speak at Mt Pleasant,
Monday, Oct 4, at 1pm: Saratoga, Monday, Oct
4. at 7 p m: Klinore Scnool House, Tuesday, Oct 5,
at 7 p m ; iJongola, Saturday, ou 9, at 1 p ui.
Hun George W Hill will speak at Lick Creek,
Friday, Oct 1, at 7 p m : Moscow, Saturday. Oct a,
at7p m; Meieenheimer School House, Monday,
Oct 4, at 7 p m.
l'.asket picnic at Mt Pleasant; Barbecue at Don
gola. WILLIAMSON IOTNTY.
Hon Wm HurUdll will speak at liluirsville, Sat
urday. Oct i, nt 1 Bin; Cartersville, Saturday, Ou
i. at 7 p m; Jeffersonville. Monday Oct 4. at 1 p m;
Marlon, Mondav, Oct 4, at 7 pm; Pulley' Mill,
Tuesday. Oct 5, 'at 1 p m; Kimine' School House,
Tuesday, Oct 5, at 7p u; Stone Fort, Thursday,
Oct?, at 1 p n.
Hon R W Towuthend will speak at Stone Fort
also on the 7th.
Hon Wm J Allca will speak at Lake Creek, Wed
nesday, Oct B, at 1pm; liosweli' Spring t irassy
Precinct) Thursday, Oct 7, at 1 p m.
( Hon F K Albright will speak at Shiloh,
Wednesday, Sept '.n, at 1 p m; Chester, Thurs
day, Sept 1 p m.
Hon W.I Allen will speak at Shllob, WediiM
day, Sept at 1 p m ; Chester, Thorsday, hept 30,
all p m.
Hon Wm llartzell will will be present at all tho
above meetings except KaMkaskia and Chester.
By order of Congressional Committee,
W II (IxttN, Chairman,
R. Friganza, Secretary,
lion Wm K Murphy will speak at New
Cxlumbia. Thursday, Sep 30, at I p m;
Itenton; School House, Tueaday, Oct S, at
1 p m; llrooklvn, Tuesday Oct at 7
p m; Alkin' School House, Wednesday, Oct , at 1
p m; Oak tlrove School House, Wednesday, Oct 0,
at 7 p tn.
Hon W W llarr, will spaak at Strlngtown, Tues
day, Oct S. at 1 p mt Metropolis, Tuesday, Oct 5, at
7 p'm; A ikin's School House, Wednesdnv, Oct tl, at
1 pm; Oak Grove School House, Wednesday, Oct ti,
at 1 p 111.
(en Wm H Anderson and Hon Samuel ,S Marshall
will speak at Metropolis, Monday, Oct 11, at 1 p 111,
TOI'K ( OI NTY.
Hon W A Spann will speak at Eddyvllle, Sat
urilav.Oct 'i, nt 1 pm.
Hon Win K Murphy will sneak at Rose Hud, Fri
day, let 1. at 1 p m : Eddyvllle, Saturday Oct at 1
p in; New Liberty, Monday, Oct 4. 1 p in.
Hons Samuel S Marshall and Wm flartzcll will
speak at Gokomla, Saturday, Oct V, at 1 P
Hon Geo W Hill and W A Spann will sneak nt
Keltner School House, Tuesday, Sep 7 p in;
Tunnel Hill, Wednesday, Oct v!H, at 7 n 111.
Hon Wm J Allen will speak at 1 loreville, Monday,
Oct 4, at 1 p m; New lirunside, Monday, Oct 4, at'7
Hon Wm Hartr.ell will speak at Grange Store,
(Elvira Township!. Wednesday, Oct li it 1 p m;
New llnrnsirte, Wednesday Oct 0. at 7 p in; Grunts
burgh, Friday. Oct S. nt 1 pm.
Hons F S Voungblood and S 1' Wheeler will
peak at Vienna, Tuesday, Oct U, at 1 p m,
Hon ,la M Gregg will speak at White Cbhrch
(Varndi'e Precinct.) Monday Oct 4; Old ItuCoiolii
Tuesday. Oct t Round Prairie School House. Wee
ncsduy.'Oct (I; Uwanwirk, Thursday, Oct 7; Culler
Friday, Oct K; Henmitrk. Satttrdnv Oct ; Haird
School House, Saturday, Oct 8, 7 p in.
Hon 8 P Wheeler will sieak t Villa Ridge,
Saturday, Oct i. at 7 p 111 : Moiind City. Mondav.
OH 4 at 7 p 111; New Grand Chain, Friday, Oct l.",
11:30 p m : Wetang, Saturday. Oi l ill, 7 n ni.
Hon W A Spauu will speak nt Mound City Tues
day, OPtn.at 1 jimi Pulaski. Wednesday, Oct ,
at 7 p m ; Ullen, Thursday, Oct 7, 7 p m.
Hon M C Crawford will ipenlc at Olmstead. Sat
nrrtay.Octii.at I m; New Grand Chain. Satur
day, Oct Hat Usui pm.
The Voltaic Belt Co., Mausiiall
Mtcn. "Will HDiitl their cclubrntod Klectro
Voltaic Kelt to the nlllictud upon 80 days
trial. Speedy cutch utiruntecd. They
mean what they gay, Write to them with
Senator Wade Hampton made apcech
in New York city, to a crowd numbering
30,000 people, at which reporters wre pres
ent who took down his language word for
word. There is no dispute about the re
ports of thi speech. I5ut wc have never
Been an extract from it standing at the
head of the editorial columns of Republi
can organs. But we do see extracts ulleged
to bo front the speech delivered by Hamp
ton, at an obscure town in Virginia, which
have been disputed and charged time with
out number to be 'forgeries. Why do not
the organs publish something they know
to bo genuine?
The New York Herald, alluding to the
great Democratic reunion meeting in that
city, says of it editorially:
"That portion of New York which did
not takT part in the great Democratic tie
monstration saw a notable sight. There
has been no political gathering in twenty
years in this city equal to it. 'Rejoicing
that their past differences are healed," to
quote tho language of the resolutions, the
Democrats of New York turned ou in their
full strength, and it must be said that they
present a formidable array."
A few months ago Tammany and anti
Tammany were arrayed against one another
and the Republicans were hoping great
things as the result. But the reconciliation
happily illustrates the spirit of true De
mocracy, which holds the country's inter
ests above and superior to the merely sel
fish aims of factions. It is a healthy omen
for the party and the country.
It must be humiliating for that rantan
kerous. bloody-shirt, South-hating organ,
the Xcw York Times, to publish the fol
lowing, particularly sicce it is the lan
fiiseof cce ot its own Sc'StUm c.rres-
' In the ntit election tLou'itds of the
Uack citizens of th:s Stite will, cf their
own free urill, and knowing fallv the im-
j-ortiEM of their w tion. n.lk deliberately
up to the polls and cast their votes against
the nominees of tie National Republican
party asd for the HiLCoc k and English
Thousands cf the black citizens, of their
cwn free will, wilk deliberately up to the
polls an l vote against the National Repub
lican party and for Hancock and English.''
Homble thought! The negroes of the
South within the lat four years have been
able to see the difference between Demo
cratic local gov-rnment and carpet-bag
Republican rule. The negroes are learning
that the men who depend on them for work
in theSuth and w ho know them, are bet
ter friends than the imported politicians
from the North.
FROM GEN. SICKUIS' SPEECH FOR
Prom the N. W. Sun, Sept. 24. lMfl.
Among all the illustrious men who have
been called to the chiet magistracy, none
have more commended themselves to the
favor of the people by a scrupuluus adhe
rence to the best traditions of our public
life. Unused to the arts of a politician,
separated by his profession from political
organizations, and never seeking otlice, his
nomination by a vote that represented all
parts ot a reunited country is a pledge of
fraternal feeling that will become a guaran
tee of peace and union in his election.
I know Gen. Hancock. He will do his
his duty. Politicians will not control him
Neither factions nor sections will intimidate
him. He will execute the laws of the land
with all their safeguards and guarantees,
without fear or favor. The support he re
ceives in the South rebukes if it does not
silence geographical prejudice. And if the
North refused its favor to one of the great
est of its commanders the reproach of in
gratitude that would rest upon us, might
challenge unwelcnmed comparison with
our late adversaries. The North is not
ungrateful. Gettysburg deserves to name
a president, and Hancock impersonates
NO IRON DOORS AND "SICII."
New York Herald.
It seems a pity to deprive the Repub
lican organs and stumpers of any ot their
campaign thunder, but they will get
up more no ooubt. The canvass is get
ting "red hot" on both tides, and the
organs are daily telling an unbelieving
public that wo are a nation of fools, ruin
ed Ly a band of unmitigated scoundrels.
A Herald correspondent telegraphs
fromjlndianapolis li is report of an inter
view with Mr. English, and his surprise
at discovering: first, that tho English
house has no iron doors; and second,
that the English foreclosures arc as base
less as the iron doors. Wo are sorry for
Mr. Halstead, of Cincinnati, who has
apparently dreamed these things, and in
his extreme anxiety for a Republican
success has been publishing his dreams.
Mr. English refused to speak of these
malicious falsehoods, and lie was right, In
our judgment. Hut our correspondent
found other citizens who were ready enough
to expose them when asked. Mr. English
remarked that Mr. John C. New, thu chair
man of the Republican state committee,
hud long been his friend and cashier of
the bank of which Mr. English was at the
same time president, "and wo do not eat
each when we meet." That is all right,
but strikes us that politics liavn reached a
contemptible extreme when old neighbors
and friends can be silent, for the sake of
political advantage, when they sen an hon
orable associate maligned, the Republi
cans claim to be the parly of intelligence
and virtue; they would do well to get rid
of a number of their organs which just
now would disgrace a party of Conianclieg,
It is no vile drugged stuff, pretending to
bo made of wonderful foreign roots, barks,
etc., and puffed up bv long bogus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but n
simple, pure, effectivn medicine, made of
well known valuable remedies, thnt fur
nishes its own certificates by its cures. We
refer to Hop Hitters, the purest and best ol
medicines, Seo another column, Repub
A "hired man" who has been employed
on a farm in this county for several months
entered suit against his employer tho other
day for balance of wages, amounting, as he
claimed, to $32. The suit was on trial in
Justice alley yesterday, and it looked at
Urst as it the plaintiff had a clear case. He
gave dates and figures in a straight forward
way, and seemed a very honest young man.
When the farmer took the stand he said :
"I claim an offset for that $32. No man
need sue me for what I honestly owe."
"What is your offset?" asked the lawyer.
"He's an unbeliever."
"Why, in the Bible."
"What has that to do with your owing
"It has a heap to do with it. I had six
hands in my employ, and we were rushing
things when I hired this man. lie hadn't
been with us two days when they stopped
the reaper in the middle of the forenoon to
dispute about Daniel in the lion's den, and
ami in three days we had a regular knock
down over the whale swallowing Jonah.
The man who runs the mower got to argu
ing about Samson and drove over a stump
and damaged the mai hiue to the tune of
$18, and the very next day my boy broke his
leg while climbing a fence to hear and sec
a row which was started over the children
of Israel going through the Red sea. It
wasn't a week before my wife said she
didn't believe Elijah was fed by the ravens,
and hang me if I didn't find myself grow
ing weak on Noah aud his flood. That's
my offset, sir; and if he was worth any
teing I'd sued him for a thousand tl liars
The court reserved its decision for 24
Josh Bu linos' almanac ays: "About
this time look out for cold weather." And
it should have added: Keep Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup in readiness.
When Eve upon the first of men, the apple
pressed with specious cant,
Oh what a thousand pities then, that Adam
was not Adamant,
But though by his false step, we were,
doomed, to life of endless toil,
One certain comfort we can get, (to cure
Rheumatics. Eclectric Oil.
Paul G. Schiti Druggist.
STOP THAT COUGH.
If you are suffering with a cough, cold,
asthma, bronchitis, hay fever, consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection ot the throat or lungs, u.e Dr.
King's New Discovery for consumption.
This is the great remedy that is causing so
much excitement by its wonderful cures,
curing thousands of hopeless cases. Over
one million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within tlie last year,
and have given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. We can unhesitatingly say that
this is really the only sure euro for throat
and lung affections, and can cheerfully
recommend it to all. Call and u'et a trial
liottle free of cost, or a regular size for $1.
For sale by George E. O'Hara. Drutrcist,
Cairn, III. (3)
Thirty Yeahs' Expeiue.m k ok an Oi.i
Nlt.se Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup is
the perscript'.on of one of the best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
and has been used lor thirty years with
never failing safety and sueeess by millions
of mothers and children, from tho feeble
infant ot one week old to the adult. It
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the Ikau U, and gives
rest, health and comfmt to mother and
child. We believe it the bet and surest
remedy in the world, in all ea-es of disen
tery ami diarrhea in children, whether it
arises from teething or from any other
cause. Full directions for Using will ac
company each liottle. None genuine un
less the fuc simile of Curtis k Perkins is on
the outside wrapper. Sold by all medicine
dealers. Twenty-live cents a bottle. 13)
"TO BE, OR NOT To BE."
"To be, or not to be" that is the question,
whether to suffer from a lioscased system
and continuous impurities of our blood, or
to take Spring Blossom and become a wel
come and respectable member of society.
Price, 50c; trial bottles Hie.
"Re-fol-de Riddle! How well I feel!"
Chirped au elderly baelylor t'other morn
ing. "That Thomas' Eclectric Oil seems
to have cured my lumbago completely. I
feel bs if I were young again and believe
I'll ask the widow to have me." He did so,
was accepted and is now tho happy parent
of a fine boy.
Paul G. Sciini, Druggist.
Manulacturer and i!ui;er in Custom-made
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sire to send free by Biail to ewry one The spe
cific medicine is sold by all druggists at fl per
package, six for fi. or will be sent tree by mall on
receipt of the inonry by addressing 1 If K ;HAY
MEDICINE to. Stt. 1 Mechanics block. Detroit
Mich, bold lu Cairo by Barclay Bros.. Pain O
Irchuh and Geo. K O'llara.
To Nervous SuH'erera Tim (Jreat European P.eui-fdv-Ur.J.
B. MntVson'sSperirio 'Medicine.
Dr. J . B. Simpson's Specific Vedlrlne l a posi
tive cure for Spermatorrhea. Impotency, WeakiirM
and all diseases resulting from Self Abuse, as Ner
vous Debility, Irrliabillty. Mental Anxiety, Languor,
Lassitude. Depression of Spirits and functional de
rangements of the Nervous System generally l'a'.na
tn Back or hide. Loss of Memory. Premature oi()
Age aud diseases
that lead to ( on
ty and an early
crave, or both.
No matter how
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, a abort
coarse of thl medicine will restore the iot Libe
llous and procure lieaith and happiness , where be
fore was despondency and gloom. Ibe specific
Medicine I being used tub wonderful t.ic-
Pamphlets sent free to ail. Write for tl.cni ard
get lull particulars.
Price, specillc. fl '0 per package, or tx pack
ages for f ' no. Will be sent by mall ou receipt of
money. Address all orders,
.1 H. SIMPSON S MEDICINE CO..
No, lol snd I'Kj Main St.. litifV.o. N. Y.
C'KSTM TO JAN, 1.
will l lent, pnitpam,
from late to .Ian. 1st
Belt, for lllcentv Thu
trial lubsrriixiciii will
eiialils reuleu ta t.
roma arouainov) with
the cheit metro-
.oiitau weekly lo the
politics, ail the aaws,
erred mnrtei report,
tlx riimpb-le u,riea
Ins'erv isoie. A favnr
lie family paper. Heiiit
1 0 relit fulvsr nt
niirn and ret It until
Jan. 1. 1-M. Haven
tnal subscription tor
tl.isa KeKUIar prlra li
'H a vrar A4ilra
Victor K. 1 awaon.
I ol,'! .her Weekl
yh.i ri,,;rnt sf trwtsn",'1. I' riffT.t( af -Hj,
Cap. Hre... l-'errmM. ris, I-en-.;..'ls,ii.u,IU.
u fun. is-ittt, I",." ,n i-aBK..- n tJil
a( tA ValaaU UIkb. .jh lis j!a-i MalM4n
M.-CadiS !oli for fend,, ana Pataaat Dna-Uaian'
faewn, a book ol t:ii:1 Iwr Wmnla.
1.1 ON a 1.1 1. uiw a:.i sials Hii .rkkM,
(Formerly Dr. Craig' Kidney Cure.)
A vegetable preparation and the only sure remedy
In the world for BKKillT'S DISEASE. DIABKTKH
and ALL KIDNEY, LI YE It and LBINAKY DIS
EASES. rtVTesllmoiilala of tho blglieat order in proof or
rafFor tint cure of DIABETES, call forWAK
NElt'H HAFK DIABETES CLUE.
trl'"or th" cure of BKIOIIT'H and Hie other dis
eases, rail for WAKNKK'S HAFK KIDNEY and
Konit'dies arc sold
hy Drtifffrists and.
Dealers In Medicine
H.1I. WARNER CO.,
liociiitsTKii, Nkw YonK.
Ifr-Send for Puainhlet
A WEEK in your own town, and no
capital risked. Yon can givo the
1 . ...l.kn... UVlinhl.
nusinesa a inai wuuv.. ...,......-.,
The best opportunlt vor oluired for
those willing lo work. . tu shonldl
try limbing else till you sco for , our-
1 ilf what you can do at tho business we oner. io
loom to explain hero. You can ilevo.e ail your
time or only your spare time to the. busimss, nr.
make great pay for tvery hour that you work
Women maku a much aa men. 8eud for special
private term nd particulars, which we mall (ri'ii.
fi outfit free. Don't complain of ,lwV"ir.,l2
yon have stieha chance. Addrese II. 1IAI.LKT1
CO.. Portland. Value.